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    How to draw the involute of a circle?

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    An involute is the curve generated by unwinding a string from the shape.
    If you had a later version of AutoCAD this would be easier using Parametric dimensions and constraints.
    It would take a lot of measuring and/or calculating in 2000.

    In a program like Autodesk Inventor you could enter an equation curve and the software will generate the curve for you.
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